Do I trust humanity to save itself? That's what Eliza
was asking. The truth is, I don't know. After everything I've seen, all the fighting, and the chaos around me, I only know what I want to believe: somehow, Human decency will triumph. These past few months, I've faced many life-threatening situations. I could have given up many times, but my need to know the truth, to uncover the secrets that others were hiding, and to survive forced me to keep on going
. Most of the time, I tried to keep my values in mind, knowing my actions did not have to harm others. I held on to my humanity, resisting the urge to abuse power or resources in order to meet my goals. And in the end, I got the job done. But does this mean I have the right to choose for everyone? No. Because it isn't up to me. It isn't up to Darrow, Sarif, or Taggart either. Ordinary men and women will have to decide together what course mankind should take. The kind of people who, time and time again, have picked and chosen the future in highly practical ways -slowing change when it's negative, speeding it up when it's good. Can we do it again? I don't know. But I do know that I'm not about to let anyone in this station , myself included,
stand in their way.